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on the hustings at home. One of these occurred the other day at Hamilton's Crossing, where Senator Semmes, of Louisiana, was received with marks of enthusiasm by Hays's Louisiana brigade. He made an appropriate address to them, which was received with applause. Gen. Hays also spoke to his gallant soldiers. The affair was quitGen. Hays also spoke to his gallant soldiers. The affair was quite interesting — the feelings excited being the more heartfelt under the recollection that speakers and men were cut off from their homes, and far away from them were fighting the foe who had carried desolation and misery to those homes. Gen. Hays told them that though they had not the pleasure of fighting the enemy on their own soGen. Hays told them that though they had not the pleasure of fighting the enemy on their own soil, they could yet fight him here on a soil consecrated by the blood of a Seymour, a Wheat, and a host of brave Louisianian. Senator Semmes was a citizen of New Orleans. His house is now occupied by the officials under Lincoln's brutal Military Governor of the Department. For the present he resides in Richmond.